Basic Computer Structure and the 6812. The Instruction Set. Addressing Modes. Assembly Language Programming. Advanced Assemblers, Linkers, and Loaders. Assembly Language Subroutines. Arithmetic Operations. Programming in C and C++. Implementation of C Procedures. Elementary Data Structures. Input/Output. Other Microcontrollers.
Introduction to Microcontrollers is a comprehensive, introductory text/reference for electrical and computer engineers and students with little experience with a high-level programming language. It systematically teaches the programming of a microcontroller in assembly language, as well as C and C++. This books also covers the principles of good programming practice through top-down design and the use of data structures. It is suitable as an introductory text for a first course on microcomputers that demonstrates what a small computer can do.
- Shows how a computer executes instructions;
- Shows how a high-level programming language converts to assembler language;
- Shows how a microcontroller is interfaced to the outside world;
- Hundreds of examples, experiments, "brain-teasers" and motivators;
- More than 20 exercises at the end of each chapter
Textbook for sophmore/junior level (varies by curriculum) courses in microcontrollers/microprocessors such as: E319K Introduction to Microcontrollers at University of Texas; Self-study/reference for practicing engineers.
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- 10th September 2004
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G. Jack Lipovski has taught electrical engineering and computer science for 30 years. He is a computer architect internationally recognized for his design of the pioneering database computer, CASSM, and the parallel computer, TRAC. He is an expert in microcomputers and is a past director of Euromicro and former editor of IEEE Micro. Dr. Lipovski is the author of nine books, more than 70 technical papers, and holds eight patents in the areas of logic-in-memory integrated circuits. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and a Golden Core Member of the IEEE Computer Society.
University of Texas, Austin, U.S.A.